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Shares of International Game Technology PLC (NYSE: IGT) have sold off handily over the last week, but the independent research firm Argus belies the drop has been too far too fast. Argus maintained...
Jon C. Ogg
Baker Hughes has received two rather positive analyst calls in the first two days of the week.
Jon C. Ogg
The brokerage firm Raymond James sees a mixed view of Newmont and Barrick after the deal in a report from March 12, 2019.
Jon C. Ogg
Though the preliminary fourth-quarter GDP reading is lower than in the third and second quarter, it is rather solid given the state of the rest of the world.
Jon C. Ogg
The U.S. Labor Department is out with yet another installment of its weekly jobless claims report.
Jon C. Ogg
Source: courtesy of the Federal ReserveWill Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve raise rates in mid-2015, or will they push those rate hikes out into later in the year or even into 2016? That is the...
Jon C. Ogg
So, all those fears about deflation that everyone was worried about in theory, they just might be starting to unfold.
Jon C. Ogg
The U.S. Department of Labor has released the Unemployment Situation Report for the month of December. Overall, there was a solid pace in December.
Chris Lange
The fears about falling oil prices have been the focus of conversations around the country. But low oil prices are not killing the manufacturing sector yet.
Jon C. Ogg
The third-quarter gross domestic product may have blown estimates out of the water, but the more recent durable goods report looked awful.
Chris Lange
The U.S. Commerce Department has released its revised reading on gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter of 2014.
Jon C. Ogg
Wednesday marked the last Federal Reserve meeting for the year 2014.
Jon C. Ogg
The U.S. Labor Department's headline Consumer Price Index for November posted its largest decline in almost six years.
Jon C. Ogg
The fears of deflation due to lower energy prices and lower demand are likely to get stronger.
Jon C. Ogg
Weekly jobless claims reported by the U.S. Labor Department on Thursday morning were fewer than expected.
Chris Lange